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>>abirached: this week on world business... >>toyota lost its worldwide reputation for reliability after this year's humiliating recalls. so canthe company recover and if so how? >>sales are down, the brand perception is down . . . they are already worried about how their image will be impacted in china. >>a new take on teaching - the education entrepreneurs shaking up the school system in the us >>things that the old system perhaps took for granted and didn't challenge the new entrepreneurs arestarting to challenge. >>and how one man and his dog changed the fortunes of a tiny cheese factory in northern england >>grommit, that's it, cheese. >>abirached: hello and welcome. i'm raya abirached and this is world business, your weekly insight into the global business trends shaping our lives. so far 2010 has been a disastrous year for toyota,with mechanical and electronic faults plaguing its vehicles, including steering problems, sticky gas pedals, suspect brakes and runaway electronic throttles. so what went wrong with this flagship japanese company and can toyota recover? >>reporter:
, which in my mind if you're a pr person, they handled it worse than toyota handled their recall situation, much worse than toyota handled their recall situation and farther worse characteristics. i was an altar boy, grew up in catholic schools went to catholic school, went to catholic college, am i catholic, and to me there is a ton of great, wonderful priests and bishops and i think the pope has tried to handle it in a forthright way more so than john paul did and what happened. the problem is -- and i agree with karen, the problem is it's an institutional problem. it's an institution that in my view has grown so big and so unwieldy and now only feeds itself. only serves to feed its own self and forgot about the flock, the billion people out there that are catholics, what christ's mission was 2,000 years ago which was not to create an institution based in rome that serves -- that is only there to serve the priests or serve the bishops but is to serve the flock, so at a time of easter, i believe that we have to have some serious renewal of that institution in many ways like it happened 70
like it." "sweet are the uses of adversity, which like the toyota, ugly and venomous, wears a precious jewel in his head -- the toad." he is describing the world view he has it been forced to adopt. that is the adversity for which he is found sweet uses, benefits. there is something to be said for the sheer obvious gravity of the challenges we face as a nation. they may even be a providential gift, albeit one in toadline ke disguised. this is an idea that may sound strange. it reminds me of the largely forgotten historian arnold toynbee, a figure of the last century whom no one reads anymore. he argued the dynamic of challenge and response was the chief source of the civilizations greatness. he believed great civilizations of die from suicide rather than murder, which is to say, they die when they lack the will to respond confidently and creatively to the challenges that otherwise would make them stronger. challenge in response is the way of life and the way of national renewal. the challenge is so great now, as we look at our massive and unsustainable debts, our faltering economy, our
to lobbyist affecting the senate? >> we read recently that toyota normally has 34 lobbyist on capitol hill and they are bringing in some actress, as many as 50 lobbyists. everyone is trying to grab the attention of senators. it does not matter whether you're senior or junior, you are in the spotlight. and if you need money to run your reelection campaign, and the cost of the campaign varies according to the size of the state and and media markets that cover that state, but it is not unusual to spend $10 million for campaign every six years, or $20 million, like jon corzine in new jersey's spent $63 million. you figure that out in terms of how much you have to raise per day. and there are thousands of >> -- thousands of dollars per day. how do you keep your sanity? maybe we need to go back to when states were elected by state legislatures, spread all that time and money around. it is a real issue of major concern. >> this is one of the most polarized. odds and terms of politics. that affects the senate heard what you see is the principal causes of that? >> that is the big question. that is
took her toyota rav four plastered with her photos, favorite color, and information. >> does this person sound familiar? >>reporter: on the road and across america. her goal? to change laws so that convicted rapists get tougher sentencing and that dna is collected from all convicted felons upon their arrest. 23 states currently require dna upon arrest and maryland is one of them. >> when they get the dna, we have stories upon stories of matching back 15 to 20 years. getting the dna and arrest is a big, big portion of it. >>reporter: after 34 states and 27,000 miles, she says her journey is far from over. >> i really feel i have no choice. i wish i could bring her back. i can't. if i can find some way of getting her killer off the road -- but also, stopping other violent pred tors, i'm going to do that, >>reporter: fox 45 news at 10:00. >> her next stop is philadelphia. to follow her journey or learn more about her daughter's murder, go to foxbaltimore.com and click on news links. >>> the pentagon city metro station reopened tonight after a suspicious package turned out
, disney, pepsi, and what stunned me, toyota. >> i don't understand that. >> the toyota one i don't understand 'cause my daughter is very intelligent, but doesn't recognize toyota at all. i don't know where at that came from. >> i don't know that either, but this is from-- by the way the university of madison and university of michigan, researchers got together and tested three year olds to see about their brand awareness and it's interesting because they say it's not all-- it would worry us, oh, no, our children have been invaded by big corporations and able to identify brands and gotten a hold of their brains and brain washing them. the researchers have a different take and think it's good news somehow? >> it does happen earlier than three, my two-year-old was never going to mcdonald's, but every time we'd drive by the arches he says in the back seat, mcdonald's, i don't know why, he'd never been there. my four-year-old walked through the mall and said hey, let's go to barnes & noble. how did you know it was barnes & noble? it was the logo. >> i'm down the street on a road trip
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